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Tyler Dougherty PSYCH paper Volume 16, Issue 3: Emerging Insights Into the Nature and Function of Pride By Jessica L. Tracy and Richard W. Robins This article is about how pride is said to be the most important emotion in people. Pride is the emotion the drives people to accomplish their most desired goals. Therefore, pride is also the emotion that thrives on great accomplishment. The feeling of pride is a great feeling, which makes people want to proud more often; thus, driving them to accomplish the things they want. Pride is a greatly valued emotion, but when pride is affected negatively, it has dire consequences for most people. When pride is hurt, problems arise within people, within their relationships with others, and even on global events like war. So pride is concluded to have a good side and a “dark” side. This article also discusses how pride is the most complex emotion and the most plainly expressed. It states that men show their pride by holding their head and body erect.
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